Review: Nate Wooley’s Festival Delivers a New, Idiosyncratic Repertoire for Trumpet

Mr. Wooley’s “For/With” series in Brooklyn offered two premieres of compelling works written for him.

Coltrane by De Keersmaeker, Freewheeling but Structure Intact

Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker became intrigued by a new improvisatory way of working. One outcome: “A Love Supreme.”

The Saxophonist Darius Jones Works Up to a Jazz Septet

At the Stone in Manhattan, Mr. Jones will be adding a new instrument each night to his collaborative performances.

At 30, What Does Jazz at Lincoln Center Mean?

With Wynton Marsalis at the helm, the organization stays the traditionalist course. But it has expanded its educational and digital footprint.